Friday, May 25, 2018

Call for nominations

Outstanding business leaders in the county will soon be recognized through the local chamber of commerce. The Truro and Colchester Chamber of Commerce has a call out for nominations for honorees at its annual dinner...

New life

An important new organization in Wentworth is the Learning Centre, once the Wentworth Consolidated Elementary School for grades primary to six. Unfortunately, the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board closed Wentworth Elementary School on July 31,...

Work to do

Community support goes a long way and for a group of about eight to 10 people, they’re hoping that support will help put some extras into the new school under construction. Alison Doyle, the chairperson...

The tap is ready

A warm weekend at the end of February was a welcome one for most people, but especially for those in the maple syrup business. Scott Whitelaw and Christopher Howse were busy on a Saturday night...

Tickling the ivory

The piano stylings of Scott Cleveland will once again fill the atmosphere in Tatamagouche. Cleveland is set to perform at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre on March 31. “We just love the area,” said Cleveland,...

Take a hike

It’s time to lace up those hiking boots and hit the trails. The 2017 Hiking Summit is coming to the Tatamagouche and Earltown areas over the final weekend in April, bringing along roughly 200 hiking...

Worth a thousand words

We all have them, most likely in the basement – old photographs of family over the years. As part of the Canada 150 celebrations, the North Shore Archives want to see your old photos. “People like...

Changing course

The scene at Brule Point may look entirely different in a few years. Colin and Teresa Fowlie, who own the property at Brule Point including the golf course, have plans for the area that would...

Best of the best

Spoon after spoon, bowl after bowl, judges smelled, tasted, and sometimes tasted again. It was the chili and apple crisp competition, hosted by the River John 4-H Club, as part of the 2017 River John...
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Library helping with low income tax returns

Do you need some help with your tax return? The Tatamagouche Library is offering the Canada Revenue Agency’s Community Tax Program on two days during the month of March. From 10:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. March...
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